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“Smile” by Alessandra Peralta

August 27, 2021

School of Visual Arts BFA Design Project Name: “Smile”Project Website: https://sva.edu/features/svas-murals-of-hope-remind-us-were-all-in-this-together Anthony Reamer’s (@anthonyreamer_) “We’re All in This Together” is aAlessandra Peralta’s (@_alessandraperalta) “Smile” is a mural from SVA’s Murals of Hope project from December 2020, which featured large-scale paintings created by SVA students on the facade of SVA’s East 23rd Street building. At the […]

We’re All in This Together by Anthony Reamer

August 27, 2021

Parsons School of Design MFA Design for Social Innovation Project Name: We’re All in This TogetherProject Website: https://sva.edu/features/svas-murals-of-hope-remind-us-were-all-in-this-together Anthony Reamer’s (@anthonyreamer_) “We’re All in This Together” is a mural from SVA’s Murals of Hope project from December 2020, which featured large-scale paintings created by SVA students on the facade of SVA’s East 23rd Street building. […]

SVA In Solidarity by Ann Tang

August 27, 2021

School of Visual Arts BFA Design Project Name: SVA In SolidarityProject Website: https://www.galleries.sva.edu/sva-in-solidarity This piece by Ann Tang was on view in “In Solidarity: SVA Celebrates Its Asian and Asian American Communities” in spring 2021. Tang explains: “In this piece, people put together a symbol of unity and strength using an Asian traditional utensil: the […]

SVA in Solidarity by Ziyi Wang

August 27, 2021

School of Visual Arts BFA Animation Project Name: SVA In SolidarityProject Website: https://www.galleries.sva.edu/sva-in-solidarity This piece by Ziyi Wang was on view in “In Solidarity: SVA Celebrates Its Asian and Asian American Communities” in spring 2021. Wang explains: “This artwork is about Asian culture and community, and it’s a representation of Asian dreams. The character in […]

Rooted Restaurants by Evan Ressegger, Qingyi (Bridget) Qian, and Dasha Zlochevsky

July 20, 2021

School of Visual Arts MFA Design for Social Innovation Project Name: Rooted RestaurantsProject Website: https://www.instagram.com/_rooted_restaurants/?hl=en “Rooted Restaurants” reimagines restaurant resilience. The project focuses on local solutions and tools to co-create community restaurant resilience, with the goal of increasing communications between restaurants on Avenue B in the East Village and their respective communities.

2021 Festival Event Registration

July 06, 2021

Event registration for the 2021 NYCxDESIGN Festival is now open. Register events here. Click here for more information on the Festival. Event registration pricing Virtual Events Registration fee = $100 Fee includes: 1 Instagram story pre-event Event listing on website Social toolkit Live/Outdoor Events Registration fee = $200 Fee includes: 1 Instagram story pre-event Event […]

NYCxDESIGN Festival

June 09, 2021

The NYCxDESIGN Festival Returns in Fall 2021 From November 11-18, 2021, NYCxDESIGN presents its 2021 Festival, showcasing and supporting the value of design across the five boroughs. Explore all events and programs as part of the Festival on festival.nycxdesign.org. This Fall, NYC will be full of design activations and happenings culminating in the official NYCxDESIGN […]

The Public Tablescape by Risako Arcari

May 25, 2021

The Cooper Union Bachelor of Architecture Project Name: The Public Tablescape Since the inception of the Open Restaurants Program in June 2020, restaurants have been setting up their outdoor dining spaces in accordance with the guidelines determined by the Department of Transportation in New York City. These dining pavilions have taken over public sidewalks and […]

The Beaks by Jiangnan Hou

May 20, 2021

Parsons School of Design Design and Technology Project Name: The BeaksProject Website: https://www.jiangnanhou.art/the-beaks A short VFX film that employs interactions with handmade masks to both reflect and intervene in moments of broken communication. The masks and the people who activate them serve as symbols for the inevitability of misunderstanding, especially in the time of the […]

Decade of Loud Music

May 20, 2021

Parsons School of Design MS Data Visualization Project Name: Decade of Loud MusicProject Website: https://jamestroxel.github.io/decade-of-loud-music/ This visualization reimagines the past decade’s worth of #311 “loud music” complaint data as a series of concentric rings of varying thicknesses made to resemble a vinyl record, speaker, or sound wave. The width of each ring is determined by […]

WAIT by Peiru Guo

May 20, 2021

Parsons School of Design Communication Design Project Name: WAITProject Website: https://www.behance.net/gallery/116896221/WAIT-Slow-paced-communication-App-Design We live in a fast-paced communication environment with text messages and video callings, communicating through texting a few words and one sentence with fast responses. Fewer people are willing to spend time waiting for answers in the process of fast-paced communication, so it causes […]

Infrastructure Workbook: Jakarta Edition by Felitasari Rekso

May 20, 2021

Parsons School of Design Communication Design Project Name: Infrastructure Workbook: Jakarta EditionProject Website: https://infrastructure-workbook.com/ Infrastructure surrounds us, yet we don’t fully understand it. Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities needed to operate a society. From its definition, it can become a set of rules within a system or a game. That’s […]

Pillo by Jess Park

May 20, 2021

Parsons School of Design MFA Industrial Design Project Name: PilloProject Website: https://www.jessparkstudio.com Fall injuries are a major cause of the elderly losing their mobility and independence. Hip fractures are the most common of these injuries and they increase the mortality rate of elderly patients. Pillo is a collection of fall injury protection clothing that protects […]

Resilience and Recovery: Classroom by Carlos Balza Geradino

May 20, 2021

Pratt Institute Architecture/ Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Project Name: Resilience and Recovery: ClassroomProject Website: https://prattshows.pratt.edu/2021/portfolios/the-anthroposcene Emerging designers are envisioning new spaces in NYC to revitalize the city and implement solutions to build a more sustainable future for the city. Pratt Graduate Architecture and Urban Design student, Carlos Balza Gerardino, is exploring the future of […]

Musoum Museum Map Wristband by Yiming Xu

May 20, 2021

School of Visual Arts Products of Design Project Name: “Musoum” Museum Map WristbandProject Website: miaxu-yiming.com Museom is a museum map wristband that helps visitors tag their favorite museum experiences in different locations, they can hang up at home as a fun, personalized souvenir. Because visitors’ experiences will vary, Museom will be available as a series […]

Food Weapon by Danica Dou

May 20, 2021

School of Visual Arts Products of Design Project Name: Food WeaponProject Website:danicadou.com Food weapon is a series of illustrations featuring new ways to interact with Asian food, it weaponizes the food to give the individuals the power to fight racism and let the community be more proud of their culture through the lens of humor.

On Occupation by Zhenia Dementyeva

May 20, 2021

The Cooper Union Bachelor of Architecture at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Project Name: On OccupationProject Website: https://www.zhenia.work/design/on-occupation This thesis aims to decouple occupation of property from possession of property, and to encourage the decommodification of space via interventions that can seed alternate building uses. By proposing interventions as a form of occupation […]

Resilience and Recovery: Horticulture by Charlie Verni

May 19, 2021

Pratt Institute Graduate Architecture and Urban Design/Master of Architecture Project Name: Resilience and Recovery: HorticultureProject Website: https://www.instagram.com/verni.design COVID-19 brought NYC’s inequities into the spotlight, and class of 2021 designers are addressing the injustices with projects that invest in communities, prioritize sustainability and food justice, and focus on economic development for underserved populations. Charli Verni, in […]

Reformations by Zhenxuan Wang

May 19, 2021

School of Visual Arts MFA Products of Design Project Name: ReformationsProject Website: https://www.zhenxuanw.net/ Reformation is an organizer for helping users not be afraid of sewing. Many people are intimidated to sew by hand. Because sewing takes time and patience, expanding lifecycle of clothing will help reduce the clothing waste in global.

Anti: Multi-Threat Hazmat Wardrobe by Regena Reyes

May 19, 2021

School of Visual Arts MFA Product of Design Project Name: Anti: Multi-Threat Hazmat WardrobeProject Website: https://productsofdesign.sva.edu/blog/covered-and-anti Anti is a multi-threat hazmat wardrobe designing against the fashion industry status quo. The purpose of clothing is to protect the body from harm to give the wearer a better chance at life. However, modern clothing does little to […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: Ennead Architects

May 10, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  My name is Stefan Knust and I am the Director of Sustainability at Ennead Architects here in NYC.  What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? I most often say “AHA!” during my commute on […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: Alfalfa Studio

May 07, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  Rafael Esquer. I’m the founder and creative director of Alfalfa Studio, a branding and communication design firm. What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? Sugar Hill in Harlem, the birthplace of the 1920s Harlem […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: Propagation Park

May 07, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  My name is Samuel Robinson and I am a garden designer and builder. What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? The corner of Malcolm X and Macon — where our workshop is located. We […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: Kouros Maghsoudi

May 07, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  I’m Kouros Maghsoudi and I design sustainable, carbon-neutral furniture in New York. What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? LaGuardia Airport: An overlooked beauty of New York, compared to inland cities, is how easy […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: In Good Taste

May 07, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  Madeline Macdonald, I am the Brand & Program Manager for TEALEAVES and our pro-bono initiative, Nature X Design. What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? Without fail, I can always lose myself in a […]

“Kuddle” Couples Phone Charger by Crystal Lo

May 06, 2021

School of Visual Arts Project Name: “Kuddle” Couples Phone Charger Kuddle is a wireless phone charger that encourages couples to spend more meaningful time communicating face-to-face, by forcing couples to put their phones on the charging dock at the same time. The dock only charges when two phones are placed side by side. Putting your […]

Architectonics, Fall 2020: Masked by Leslie-Fairuz Abad-Neagu

May 06, 2021

The Cooper Union Bachelor of Architecture Program Project Name: Architectonics, Fall 2020: Masked To mask is to partially cover: a mask removes context, but also creates focus and even allows for abstraction. It lets us decide what is important. But masking also allows for invention—we can fill in what we don’t know, or what we’ve […]

PLANESPOTTING: Traversing the Meridians by Sally Chen

May 06, 2021

The Cooper Union Master of Architecture II Program Project Name: PLANESPOTTING: Traversing the MeridiansProject Website: https://www.coopergt2020.com/ This Thesis began from three objects in one observable phenomenon: the sky, a plane, and its trace. The trace is the proof of the plane’s existence. Through the lens of relativity, the trace becomes the proof of our existence. […]

Düsseldorf Museum, Formal Analysis by Marina Akopyan, Minghao (William) Du, Kyungmin Park, Tianyang Sun

May 06, 2021

The Cooper Union Bachelor of Architecture Program Project Name: Düsseldorf Museum, Formal Analysis In the third year Formal Analysis studio, students explore canonical examples of twentieth-century architecture by six key architects from the Modern and Post-Modern era. Working in groups, they investigate four buildings by each architect to discover a range of concepts and ideas, […]

Wild Visions by Maren Speyer

May 06, 2021

The Cooper Union Bachelor of Architecture Program Project Name: Wild Visions In the most reductive description possible, aesthetics can be defined as energetic wavelengths hitting a human eye. If we can accept this definition and simultaneously accept that there are energetic exchanges between non-human entities in the world, then the exchange of energy between non-human […]

Sonic Apothecary for Synanthropes by The Sousrealists

May 06, 2021

Parsons School of Design Transdisciplinary Design Project Name: Sonic Apothecary for SynanthropesProject Website: https://www.jiangnanhou.art/the-beaks Sonic frictions exist between the many creatures that call the city home. For example, due to urban noise pollution, birds and insects are forced to modulate the frequencies of their calls just to be heard by one another. If practices like […]

Beeing by Sungjik Kim and Carly Bennett

May 06, 2021

Parsons School of Design Industrial and Product Design, Master of Fine Arts Project Name: Beeing A “city for bees” that allows bees and humans to coexist and thrive. Based in urban environments, these beehives are perfect for hotel rooftops or outdoor gardens. Beekeepers can keep bees safe and humans can observe and admire their beautiful […]

Lightning Interviews on Sustainability: FALLEN INDUSTRY

May 04, 2021

**Interviews have been slightly edited for flow and brevity** Tell us your name, and what you do?  My name is Paul Kruger and I make high end, sustainable, custom furniture from fallen trees and reclaimed wood. What corner of NYC is most conducive to your creativity? Why? Brooklyn Army Terminal. It’s the location of my […]

Resilience and Recovery: Corridor by Kats Tamanaha

May 04, 2021

Pratt Institute MFA Interior Design Pratt School of Architecture/MS Sustainable Environmental Systems Project Name: Resilience and Recovery: CorridorProject Website: https://prattshows.pratt.edu/2021/portfolios/kats-tamanaha How are emerging designers helping NYC rebuild and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and build a more equitable future? Kats Tamanaha, the first student to complete a dual MFA in Interior Design and MS in […]

Heterotopia of Remittances by Bridget Rodezno

May 04, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, BFA Interior Design Project Name: Heterotopia of RemittancesProject Website: https://prattshows.pratt.edu/2021/portfolios/a-selection-of-spatial-imaginaries-re-interpreting-manifestations-the-interior/ “WE LEARN CULTURE AT HOME” This thesis focuses on the home as a central agent of change in response to the remittance between the Salvadoran-American transnational identity. Here, remittance signifies the value of cultural currency by forming a multi-generational landscape […]

Asked by Kids by Ana Holschuh

May 04, 2021

Parsons School of Design Integrated Design Project Name: Asked by KidsProject Website: https://www.askedbykids.org/ Asked by Kids is a global hub of arts-based educational children’s resources that are free, bilingual, and open source. Our goal is to make information more digestible for kids globally, by co-creating resources that are built from children’s own questions and ideas. […]

Bounds by Troy Workman

May 04, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, BFA Communications Design, emphasis in Advertising Art Direction Project Name: BoundsProject Website: troy-workman.com Bounds is a leather goods brand focused on creating heirlooms to be passed along from loved one to loved one with an emphasis on product longevity, responsible material resourcing, and utilizing natural and biodegradable materials. The core […]

Local Bodega Poster Series by Amira Lin

May 04, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, BFA Communications Design, emphasis in Illustration Project Name: Local Bodega Poster SeriesProject Website: https://amiralin.myportfolio.com/work I created this series of posters for a local bodega in a Brooklyn neighborhood. For inspiration, I referenced bodega’s color palette and typefaces, but adding a twist of my own modern graphic style. Each of them […]

Thesis Collection/Untitled by Bettina Wagner

May 04, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, BFA Fashion Design Project Name: Thesis Collection/Untitled My thesis collection is focused on wanting to hold on to how I felt as a child. I began looking at my upbringing through family scrapbook albums, which then led me to explore interests of mine from my childhood. I heavily researched one […]

Edward and the East by Lane Odom

May 04, 2021

Parsons School of Design A.A.S \ Fashion Design Project Name: Edward and the EastProject Website: https://www.aureta.co Edward and the East is an embodiment of the diaspora of Jazz and Hip-Hop, the genres which have come in-between, and music’s connection to sports, art, and film globally Drawing inspiration from musical composition, this offering is meant for […]

Live in Floating Dreams by Bingxin Yu

May 04, 2021

Parsons School of Design MFA Interior Design Project Name: Live in Floating Dreams 共生:梦于海与天之间 潜入海底,愿我的身体化为珊瑚礁; 升入天空, 愿我是日落散尽前云里的颜色。海与天之间,是梦发出的地方。 Co-Emergence: Dream in Between Ocean and Sky Dive into the sea, may my body turn into a coral reef; Rise into the sky, may I be the color in the clouds before the sun goes home. In between […]

Ocean Lover. by Jasmie Tsang

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Illustration Project Name: Ocean Lover.Project Website: https://theoceansmemories.com/ This illustration series is about the ocean and monsters and the reality of turtle death. I am illustrating a connection to creatures and a love of nature.

Tarot Power Series by Nicole Hogan

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Illustration Project Name: Tarot Power SeriesProject Website: https://midnightcavecat.wixsite.com/my-site These illustrations are of nature and creatures and their beauty.

A Year at Home by Leah King

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Photography Project Name: A Year at HomeProject Website: leahb-photography.com Photography series, a year at home. Leah King is a New York-based photographer specializing in portraiture and fine art photography.

u and i by Emily Zhang

May 03, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, BFA Communications Design, emphasis in Graphic Design Project Name: u&iProject Website: https://www.emilyzhangdesign.com/ u&i is a mental wellness campaign dedicated to young teens dealing with the pandemic (and beyond the pandemic). It primarily exists as a physical toolkit to help teens destress and take a break from the digital world, and […]

The Unsettling by Hailey Burling

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Photography Project Name: The UnsettlingProject Website: http://instagram.com/hailey_burling/ Photographic thriller series presented as tableaux that take place in the 1980s-the 90s.

GFP-Green Fluorescent Protein by Emily Omesi

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Fashion Design Project Name: GFP-Green Fluorescent ProteinProject Website: http://www.instagram.com/emilyomesi/ These four images are taken from my thesis collection. One image is of a Clo3D render of a fitted gown with asymmetrical cutouts and glowing fur inserts. Another image is my first thesis look: a silk organza pin-a-fore and bloomers, with glow-in-the-dark […]

Truckdriver and Banana Sellers by Mohua Goswami

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Fashion Design Project Name: Truckdriver & Banana SellersProject Website: http://www.instagram.com/mohuaaaa These images are from my graduation collection and are inspired by the street narrative in India.  This work takes inspiration from all the small things like street vendors and bigger things like democracy and humanity. Here are journal sketches and a […]

NaviGrips: Navigation and Safety by Hector Brignone

May 03, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, Graduate Industrial Design (MID) Project Name: NaviGrips: Navigation and Safety Bike share platforms like our beloved CitiBike have become rampant all over the world. They are an excellent way for people that do not or cannot own a bike or car to get around the city. What they are not […]

Social Distance Chaps by Aly Gukova

May 03, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, Undergraduate Industrial Design (BID) Project Name: Social Distance ChapsProject Website: https://app.milanote.com/1KHeEy1xEQjP1g/design-studio-v-portable-enviroments Personal wearable devices have a potential to effectively implement physical distancing on others, eliminating the awkward and often anxiety-generating verbal requests. However, functional models are not present on the market yet. The objective is to create a wearable outfit: […]

Harvesting Water by Kats Tamanaha

May 03, 2021

Pratt Institute School of Design, MFA Interior Design, MS Sustainable Environmental Systems Project Name: Harvesting WaterProject Website: https://katstamanaha.wixsite.com/tamanaha As sea levels rise, areas formerly at risk for 100-year floods will soon be submerged at high tide. How can the interior adapt to embrace the new reality of water? This thesis tests how floodwater can become […]

Story-Telling Fashion Photographer by Toni Smalls

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Photography Project Name: Story-Telling Fashion PhotographerProject Website: www.tonicreations.com A photographic story: World on Fire, Dead End, Suburban Flood, and a Wild Gardener

Decorative Elements by Nicole Mendoza Bedoya

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Illustration Project Name: Decorative Elements.Project Website: www.instagram.com/nicomenya/ These illustrations are experiments in decorative elements, words, and emotions of joy and love.

Autonomous by Angel Flores

May 03, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Photography Project Name: AutonomousProject Website: https://www.instagram.com/dj7ply/ Titled “Autonomous,” this is a black and white photographic portrait series. Even though the photos are black and white, the dialogue between the subject and the viewer is not neutral.

Incredible Journey, Illustrated Essays. by Shaniya Carrington

April 30, 2021

Fashion Institute of Technology Illustration Project Name: Incredible journey, illustrated essays.Project Website: www.instagram.com/scrco.art/ An essay of illustrations of extremes about color and the brain, sneakers, and fish.

Names I Hate by Ye (Hikaru) Zhao

April 30, 2021

Pratt Institute MFA Communications Design Project Name: Names I hateProject Website: https://ye-zhao-portfolio.squarespace.com/work/namesihate Names I hate explores name-calling, a common phenomenon of verbal abuse and personal attack. Name-calling is a negative experience that causes distress and is hurtful because it threatens one’s identity. The project is built on the results of a series of interviews with […]

Leal Circular Skincare by Silvia Lambarri Mestres

April 30, 2021

Pratt Institute Graduate Communications Design / MS Package Design Project Name: Leal Circular SkincareProject Website: https://www.silvia-lambarri.com/lealskincare Leal was conceived and designed to bring a new perspective and differentiate this skincare brand from other existing brands in this category. The goal of this product and its packaging is to redefine how a brand can engage with […]

NYCxDESIGN Presents Upcoming 2021 Calendar with Reimagined Festival

February 16, 2021

Non-Profit Celebrates New York City’s Design Scene Through Creative Year-Round Activations and Programming WHAT: NYCxDESIGN, the non-profit committed to empowering the city’s creative ecosystem, announces its 2021 programming with a robust calendar of activations. During a year of revitalization, these events aim to showcase and support the value of design across the five boroughs. Highlighted […]

Caesarstone Announced as NYCxDESIGN Presenting Partner

February 01, 2021

NYCxDESIGN is pleased to announce Caesarstone as our first Presenting Partner for 2021.  With a profound passion for design and creative exploration, Caesarstone partners with NYCxDESIGN to help rebuild and re-energize New York City, and amplify the local talent and businesses that make New York the design capital of the world. In addition to supporting […]

NYCxDESIGN INTRODUCES DESIGN DAYS

November 30, 2020

In 2021, NYCxDESIGN will present a series of Design Days taking place May 13–18, showcasing NYC’s talented design community. The program will feature primarily virtual events, in addition to outdoor experiences, select tours, and other small gatherings, depending on COVID-19 protocols at that time. The annual NYCxDESIGN Awards program, hosted by Interior Design and sponsored […]

NYCxDESIGN ANNOUNCES NOT-FOR-PROFIT STATUS

November 18, 2020

New York’s Annual Design Festival Expands its Scope for Opportunities and Partnerships to Reenergize City as Creative Hub (November 2020 – New York City, NY) NYCxDESIGN is proud to announce its new status as a NY not-for-profit corporation. The transition positions the organization for long-term success supporting NYC’s design community and comes at a time […]

The NYCxDESIGN Awards: May 2021 Student and Emerging Design Sponsor

November 02, 2020

The NYCxDESIGN Awards honors outstanding products and projects in categories that span major areas of design, from architecture to interiors, from products to accessories, from craft to technology. Submissions are reviewed by a jury of design industry leaders. Winners and Honorees represent the very best design talent and are recognized at an awards ceremony and party. The fee to submit for an award is $200 ALL submitted […]

Harry Allen

October 05, 2020

New York City is the creative capital of the world. A spirit of innovation and invention built the City, permeate all aspects of life in the City, and will carry it through this difficult time. As a long time New Yorker, I am fascinated by the plants that sprout up through the cracks, against all […]

Rodolfo Agrella

October 05, 2020

Our apple Our apple: A sexy, loud and stimulating monster that is constantly challenging us to build our patience and resilience muscles. A proud matriarch that accepts us and takes care of everyone. A juicy fruit that carries the seeds of our desires, waiting for us to make our part of the work in order […]

Milton De Paul

October 05, 2020

New York is a city that is fed by its people with energy and inspiration, filling every corner with creative power, a place where all shapes and sizes are accepted and celebrated. New York is diverse and strong. We Love New York

Suzanne Tick

October 05, 2020

InSight from Above Ode to New York New York of late is on its knees Thru prayer with brothers and fear of disease Though it never ceases to have sights That distort your vision   And reflection with such strength   despite this time we are experiencing Symbols of joy that mirror on our time here. […]

Manuel Miranda

October 05, 2020

This poster pays tribute to Milton Glaser’s seminal poster and speaks to the costs of living in NYC. While many of us may now find ourselves in precarious situations economically, pre-pandemic NYC was a costly place. The poster uses a personal expenses pie chart in a fun and graphic way, highlighting the cost of living […]